LIVE REVIEW + PHOTOS: Chelsea Cutler in Boston, MA (02.24.24)

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LIVE REVIEW + PHOTOS: Chelsea Cutler in Boston, MA (02.24.24)

I’ve had the pleasure of watching Chelsea Cutler perform the last three times she has been in Boston. In 2021, when she toured with Quinn XCII, her tour in 2022 and last Saturday at MGM Music Hall. Being able to watch an artist grow in real time not only with her music but with her crowd presence and the ability to capture an audience. The sold-out show on Saturday proved that she has created and fostered a community for her fans. By being both powerful and vulnerable, she makes them feel special and appreciated throughout the set.

The setlist was two hours long with a mix of newer songs and a good incorporation of her older hits. Cutler began the set with “Something More” off Stellaria released in 2023. She then transitioned into “I Don’t Feel Alive” also from the same album. She incorporated a lot of the songs that she is featured on or has features on like “you were good to me” with Jeremy Zucker, and “Crazier Things” featuring Noah Kahan. The additions of the featured songs plus her playing “You’re All I Ever Dreamed Of” on the piano, which was not printed on the original setlist, allowed it to be a show for new and older fans.

Chelsea Cutler is one of the most authentic artists that I have seen perform. She truly cares for her fanbase and wants them to enjoy the show. Cutler is so comfortable talking with fans and has shown such growth since the first time I saw her in 2021. Having the ability to create music that brings so many people together is not a skill every artist has, and it has been so exciting to watch her grow into the artist she is now. I cannot wait to see her the next time she is in Boston and wish her the best of luck on the rest of her tour!

Get tickets to The Beauty is Everywhere Tour HERE

Listen to Chelsea Cutler’s latest album Stellaria – HERE

Photos – Chelsea Cutler at MGM Music Hall in Boston, MA on February 24th:

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